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Union of Fathers (Wellington) Meeting 6 May 2008

Filed under: General — allan harvey @ 12:58 am Fri 2nd May 2008

Union of Fathers is a support group for parents having issues in the Family Court. We can help advise you about parenting plans, domestic violence accusations, child support and self-representation.
Our next meeting is 7:30pm Tuesday evening at Johnsonville Community Centre. You can get more information at or by phoning 0508 CallDad (0508 2255323).
Allan Harvey (027 2420112)

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  1. Hi

    I have been in the Family Court process for 4 Years, and have just had (last December) a 6 days a fortnight parenting order, with an agreement and order to cease litigation for 3 years. Within a week the x launched new applications, which at cost were declined in February this year. But thru a little known case the mother’s Pet Judge has found a case in the UK which allows a Judge to recall an order and decide again the result, on the grounds that there would be a mis-carriage of justice.

    I am happy to provide the Judge’s minute, with details of names blanked out of course. But I need some help, my lawyer has said that a Judge can basically do anything they like. My lawyer is to make a submission this Monday on the matter and having just read the Union of Father s meeting is in Johnsonville the next day, I live here! Can someone help!!

    Comment by vision — Sat 3rd May 2008 @ 3:27 pm

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